CT Humanities In The News

12.08.15: State Funding For Humanities Defines Good Investment

CT Humanities Op-Eds

05.20.15: A State Without Poetry, or Quite a State?

04.26.15: Waterbury Rebublican: The Wrong Costs to Cut

04.08.15: Hartford Courant: At State Capitol, A Historic Rally For History

04.05.15: Norwich Bulletin: Guest commentary: Child literacy programs pay big dividends

04.02.15: Letter: Help preserve Connecticut’s cultural treasures

04.01.15: Hartford Courant: Malloy Lauds CT Culture But Gives Short Shrift To Support

03.30.15: Governor’s budget cuts would damage Connecticut’s cultural life

03.30.15: New Haven Register: Charles P. Kochakian: The humanities count in Connecticut

03.30.15: History, Heritage, the Humanities, and Sausage Making in Hartford

03.29.15: Still Revolutionary? Budget cuts leave little room for historical memory

03.26.15: Bruce Museum Director Sutton protests Governor Malloy’s budget cuts

03.25.15: New Haven Register: Letter to the Editor – Malloy’s Budget Plan Endangers State’s Heritage

01.20.15: CT Mirror: The humanities can help us rekindle notions of the common good

12.18.15: New Haven Register: Humanities are essential to global competitiveness

Letter to the Editor

03.23.15: Investing in Museums is the Wiser Choice

Recent Articles about CT Humanities Programs and Grantee Projects

06.30.15: The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum receives a major grant from the Connecticut Humanities for its Servants’ Quarters Exhibit

06.19.15: CT Student Historians Win Awards at National History Day Contest, Southport Students Are National Champs

05.25.15: Student historians leave their mark on History Day

05.21.15: Groton, Mystic, Stonington cultural organizations accepted into professional development program

05.13.15: Wilton High School Students Place 2nd at State CT History Day

05.08.15: Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum gets $25K to showcase domestic servants’ lives

05.05.15: First Sunday at Mill Works features art, music, history and more

05.05.15: Legislature Restores Some Funding For State Library System

05.03.15: An upbeat exhibit of Depression-era art at Connecticut River Museum

05.02.15: Top Student Historians Get Ready for Connecticut History Day Contest on May 9

04.30.15: Top Student Historians Get Ready for Connecticut History Day Contest

04.22.15: Day-long symposium at Litchfield Historical Society to explore immigrant experience

04.13.15: Norwalk exhibition celebrates WPA artists’ prints

04.13.15: Legend, lore, history of samurai at Peabody

04.10.15: Meet the author of a new book that serves up a slice of Connecticut history, for every day of the year

04.09.15: People Behind The Budget Cuts Make Their Pitch

04.09.15: At State Capitol, A Historic Rally For History (pdf)

04.09.15: WTNH: Students talk History Day

04.08.15: Five Things To Know At The Capitol Today

04.08.15: Friends of Prudence Crandall Museum receive grant

04.07.15: Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation & Bushnell Park Foundation Present Jacob Weidenmann’s Hartford

04.05.15: CT History Contest Set for May 9 at CCSU

04.05.15: Norwich Bulletin: Guest commentary: Child literacy programs pay big dividends

04.05.15: Shelton students compete and do well in CT History Day

04.03.15: 250 Students Compete at History Day in Hartford: Finalists Move on to CT State Contestat CCSU

03.31.15: Agriculture in Waterbury?

03.30.15: CT Humanities, New Alliance Foundation sponsor author’s visit

03.26.15: Manchester High Hosts Regional History Day Contest

03.25.15: Over 250 Students to Compete at Hartford History Day Contest Saturday

03.24.15: Area students discover history

03.23.15: Staples Students Excel in History at Regional Tourney

03.18.15: Fairfield History Day Contest is Saturday

03.19.15: Why Do The Humanities Matter To You

03.18.15: Staples student excels at Poetry state finals

03.18.15: America’s influence on British gardens discussed

03.17.15: Redding Student to Compete at Fairfield History Day Contest

03.16.15: Storrs Student Wins Poetry Out Loud State Finals

03.13.15: Barnum Museum receives grant for Animals in American Life

03.09.15: Talcott Mountain Academy Students in Avon Win History Day Prizes

03.04.15: Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation Receives Connecticut Humanities Grant to Present Discover Jacob Weidenmann’s Hartford

02.26.15: Greenwich Historical Society Receives Grant from Connecticut Humanities

02.15.15: The Mystery of the Missing Castle

02.13.15: Historical society embarks on training program with help from nation-wide grant

02.11.15:  Colchester Historical Society receives $1.5K grant

02.08.15: Weston Historical Society receives museum training grant

02.06.15: Hill-Stead Museum Awarded $50,000 Grant for Sunken Garden Poetry Festival

02.04.15: Farmington Legislators Applaud Investment in Sunken Garden Poetry Festival

02.03.15: Ferguson Library Receives Grant for Black History Month Programs

02.03.15: Avon Historical Society Wraps Up Civil War Programs

01.29.15: Local Historical Societies Accepted into Statewide Standards and Training Program

01.28.15: Adding diversity to young adult novels

01.24.15: Historical society taking steps to improve

01.21.15: Industrial museum joins CT Humanities program

01.12.15: Authors, illustrators collaborate for e-book mystery

01.03.15: In the Great Connecticut Caper for kids, Gillette Castle has gone missing

12.24.14: Calling all who love to read: ‘The Great Connecticut Caper’ will be revealed online, starting in January

12.21.14: Great Connecticut Caper turns kids into detectives


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